Griffin Carpenter

Economics Modeller, Environmental Economics

griffin.carpenter@neweconomics.org
+44 (0)20 7820 6300

Team: Environmental Economics

As an Economic Modeller with the Natural Economics programme team, Griffin carries out economic analysis to demonstrate that good management of natural resources delivers benefits to our economy and society. Griffin has expertise in environmental input-output modelling, product footprinting, and environmental accounting for the agriculture, mining, forestry, and chemical manufacturing sectors. He is currently working on a model of EU fisheries to analyse how different management options impact on jobs and economies.

Before Griffin came to NEF he worked as a green building consultant for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accreditation, as a research assistant at Wilfrid Laurier University modelling the impacts of climate change policies on the Canadian economy, and as an economic modeller at Trucost, where he worked on an environmental input-output model to analyse environmental impacts through a supply chain. Griffin holds a BA in Philosophy, Political Science, and Economics (PPE) from WIlfrid Laurier University and an MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics.


Blog post // August 19, 2016

Energy round-up: the age of the renewables

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Blog post // August 15, 2016

The common culprit behind so many environmental problems

Why our agricultural industry needs closer consideration More

Blog post // July 26, 2016

Untangling UK and EU fisheries: Is it possible? Is it desirable?

The EU had some big wins for fisheries. Post-Brexit it's essential we build on this progress More